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turnstep.com has lots of free choreography for all types of classes.
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Did you see ShawnM's post?
Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.
Do not wait for your ship to come in - swim out to it.
congrats on your new position!!!
Long Term Goals: To fit in my size 10's and run in a 5k
Short Term Goals: To exercise at least 5x a week and lose 2 pounds a week
"I will do what I need to do, in order to do what I want to do." ~Jason Anderson
Also, www.powermusic sells choreography as well as music
Hi! I was Reebok Step certified and taught step for years. I also love to take a good step class that has great music and good teacher. No matter how advanced or simple the routine, the transitions make or break the class. Stay on beat and choreograph your transitions with the phrase and you'll have a really smooth class.
Basic step R - four counts then tap switch. Basic left - four counts, tap switch. Repeat for a whole phrase of a song. Then transition to V-step in the same pattern for another phrase. Transition to alternating basic and alternating V. Open your V-step to a turn step, follow the phrasing of your music.
Once you are in a turn step you can transition to over the top or alternating knee up - corner to corner.
I have tons of choreography. In-box me and I'll send you more!
Hello fellow Steppers!
My name is Katt, and I'm new here but I'm not new to Step. Last semester a friend convinced me to try out Step to lose weight in a class (I go to college). I ended up really getting into it and took four classes, Step and Tone, Kickboxing, Power Yoga, and Water Cardio and lost 40 pounds in the one semester (though I still need to lose at least 50 more). My Step and Tone Instructor, who left when the semester was done, was impressed with my progress and convinced me to try out for the new Instructor. I got the job, but I need to get it all together before I start teaching in September. But I found a major flaw in my plan - while I know how to stretch, and always try to stretch adequately before I work out, I don't know the proper routine that I should be using in class. Does anyone know a routine or a place where I could find a proper routine to use in class? Thanks guys. :)